|A Yellow Flag
A yellow flag indicates a problem on the track ahead. You should continue with caution.
|A White & Red Flag
This flag will be used by a marshal to indicate that a rider is down and requires immediate medical attention. If for some reason the ambulance crew hasn’t seen the flag you should let them know immediately.
| A Blue Flag
This flag indicates you are about to be passed by a rider lapping you. You don’t need to slow down or adjust your line, just be aware they are coming and don’t intentionally block their progress.
| A Yellow & Black Flag
This is used by the finish-line marshal to show you your next lap is your last one. You will see the chequered flag on the next lap and should pull off.
| A Chequered Flag
This is used by the finish-line marshal to indicate that the race is over. Pull off the track at the correct exit point.
| A Red Flag
This is used by the clerk of the Course to indicate that the race has been stopped. Return at walking pace to the holding paddock where it will be decided if the race is to be restarted or if the positions from the lap before the red flag will be taken as the final finishing positions.
| A Black Flag
If the black flag is waved at you, you have done something illegal or dangerous on the track and must pull off immediately and report to a race official. Things you will be black flagged for are passing under a yellow flag, cutting the track, deliberately taking off another rider or any other dangerous manoeuvre